Samantha Anderson

Transformer ‘explodes,’ leaving thousands in Cloverdale without power

Power expected to be restored for 5 p.m. Saturday

UPDATE: Stolen reminders of lost son returned to Cloverdale family

The Seven Dwarfs have made their way back to their Cloverdale home

$300K sculpture approved for future Clayton Community Hub

The raspberry-coloured steel sculpture stands over 6 metres tall

Seniors Showcase to show off what Cloverdale seniors are up to

Open house and free BBQ this Saturday

Cloverdale invited to discuss, review new town centre plan

Updates to Cloverdale town centre plan to be displayed at open house on June 14

Surrey Lawn Bowling Club to host first open house in ‘many, many years’

Club members will be on hand on Saturday to show newcomers the ropes

Day of the Honeybee returns to Cloverdale this Saturday

Free, family friendly event will run 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Honeybee Centre

Cloverleaf Montessori Preschool to close its doors

After decades of teaching in Cloverdale, preschool owner and teacher Feiza Maidens must move on

Hundreds of butterflies released at Cloverdale’s Surrey Centre Cemetery

The sixth-annual event aims to teach children about the cycle of life

UPDATE: Cloverdale’s Bill Reid Memorial Shelter to celebrate grand opening this Friday

After nearly a decade, the purpose-built shelter will officially open its doors

Cloverdale Market Days return this Saturday

Vendors, musicians, food and more coming to downtown Cloverdale this weekend

Surrey RCMP issue warning after third sexual assault since Sunday

It is the third sexual assault reported this week in Surrey

2018 Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair Round-up

Looking back on the community events, rodeo and country fair that took place over May long weekend

RCMP warns public after woman allegedly groped in Newton

Officers appealing for any information that may lead to a suspect identification

Stage set for Cloverdale Rodeo finals on Monday afternoon

Rodeo athletes will compete for more than $300,000 in prizes

130 years of Cloverdale’s country fair

Cloverdale’s first community fair was held in September, 1888

‘Keep the fair, buck the rodeo’: protesters stand against Cloverdale Rodeo

Small group holds peaceful protest in front of Cloverdale Fairgrounds

‘Concussion is at the forefront of our thinking’: Rodeo doctor

As in any other contact sport, concussion prevention and treatment efforts continue to evolve

UPDATE: Delta Police investigating possible drug lab in North Delta

“Potential clandestine lab” found in the 11100-block of 85th Ave. while performing a welfare check